||Qualifications and Education Requirements:
• High School Graduate required – Associate or Bachelor Degree desired
• Graduate of the U.S. Army AH-64 Instructor Pilot and Methods of Instruction course
• 5+ years as an aviator required with last AH-64E flight within the last 12 months. (Currency or refresher training may be provided as needed)
• Minimum of 1000 hours as pilot in the AH-64E
• Minimum of 250 hours as Instructor Pilot in the AH-64E
• Fundamentally computer literate to include (but not limited to) using a personal computer, performing word processing, performing database input, access electronic publications, accessing the world wide web, briefing and debriefing software, and filling out electronic forms and grade sheets.
• Ability to support periodic travel
• Must be familiar with the operation of a military flight training base
• Strong communication and interpersonal skills are required
• Must be able to work overtime as required
• Must be willing to work any shift or day of the week as required
Certificates, Licenses, Registrations:
• Must have and maintain a current Federal Aviation Administration (FAA) second-class Medical Certificate through the duration of the contract or, if a member of the National Guard or Reserves, an Army Class 2 Flight Duty Medical Exam (FDME).
Must have the ability to read, analyze, and interpret complex aviation word and technical documents/diagrams.
Must be able to calculate figures and amounts, and percentages, and to draw and interpret graphs.
Must be able to define problems, collect data, establish facts, and draw valid conclusions. An ability to interpret student requirements and attitudes from verbal, non-verbal, and written communication is essential.
• Work in a regular office environment; communicate via personal computer, telephone and fax
• Will be working in areas with risk of electrical shock from moving mechanical parts driven by hydraulics under high pressure
• Will at times be exposed to the following conditions: extreme heat, airborne particles, and loud noises consistent with an aviation facility to include flight line operations
The physical demands described here are representative of those that must be met by an employee to successfully perform the essential functions of this job.
• Domestic travel as required
• Must be able to walk and/or climb stairs and ladder into a simulator or airplane cockpit
• Must be able to stoop, bend, and crawl on top or under training devices.
• Must be able to detect odors or hear noises, bangs, etc., or other sounds to detect problems or flaws in the surrounding environment
• Must be able to distinguish colors